IN Bizarre ON
Ever since Anabelle came out, the creepy doll has been the talk of the town. Some Annabelle-fanatics even believe that the creepy dolls were based on real instances.
Whether you belong to this fanatic clan or not, we are sure you find yourself to be equal parts of intrigue and fright. Can’t do much about the fright but let’s feed your intrigue.
Rumor has it that for the past week, London residents using public transportation have been haunted by two giant, creepy twin dolls and they are in no mood of stopping.
Avoid dark tunnels as much as possible.
Almost all of the creepiness finds its inspiration somewhere and is not born out of nothing. In this case, the horrific twins are believed to be the personification of the iconic twins of terror of Stanely Kubrick's 1980 masterpiece, The Shinning.
Imagine seeing these horrific twins everyday on your morning commute right before you see your boss. The horror!
Nightmares are real.
Let's not call them Ghostbusters just yet.
Okay, so these aren't the evil spreaders. These dolls are promo props for an upcoming horror exhibition at Thorpe Park, a creation of artist Derren Brown.
They didn't come into existence just like that. It took several weeks of hard work to carve the twins that are modelled out of those from the Victorian era.
"I believe we are moving toward a future where theme park attractions not only give you a physical experience, but also play with your mind and the concept of what is real," said Derren.
I think London people would these creeptastic creations to be a part of the horror park. We know they are creepy, but that's the plan you know.